Adam Dor-On, postdoc
Adam Dor-On is employed as a Marie Skłowdowska-Curie postdoctoral fellow at the Department, where he will work with the research group Non-Commutative Geometry.
Adam completed his M.Sc. in Mathematics at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in 2013, under the supervision of Daniel Markiewicz. He obtained his PhD in 2017 under the supervision of Ken Davidson at University of Waterloo (ON, Canada).
Before coming to Copenhagen he held a prestigious J.L. Doob Research Assistant Professor position at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign after a year as International Azrieli postdoctoral fellow at the Technion, Israel.
Adam has obtained a personal Marie Curie grant to continue his work in the department’s Non-Commutative Geometry group.
Adam's research interests include functional analysis, operator theory, operator algebras, symbolic dynamics, graph theory, the theory of random walks and quantum information theory.
His research focuses on interactions between C*-algebras and their various substructures, which include non-self-adjoint operator algebras and operator systems. Such interactions often pave the way to the resolution of open problems and applications in other areas of mathematics such as dynamical systems, group and semigroup theory, the theory of Markov chains and non-commutative convex geometry.
You can meet Adam in office 04.0.12.